WSOR's 35th Anniversary unit has just crossed the Rock River, and continues to grind East towards Milton Junction.
WAMX 3928, 4180, 4175, and 4192 are all escaping the bitter cold for the weekend.
L724 rolls past the beautifully restored depot in Black Earth. The WSOR Prairie Sub was heavily damaged by flooding, and had only been reopened for a few weeks at the time this photo was taken.
MOW has just supervised L724's movement on the rarely East leg of the Wye in Mazomanie. Once the conductor reverses the East Wye switch, the train will enter the WSOR Prairie Sub and head East for... (more)
These 8 axles will be the last to grace these rails for a while. WAMX 3928 has just shoved 100 empty storage cars to the end of the Sauk Sub, and now returns down the branch with one Chicago bound... (more)
After shoving the 100 empty sand cars about 4.5 miles to the end of the in service portion of the Sauk Sub, L724 runs back South towards Mazomanie with a plastics car they pulled prior to their sh... (more)
The L724 crew shoves a 100 car empty storage train up the hilly Sauk Sub with a single GP39-2. Storage moves are the only action this line sees these days.
WAMX 3928 takes L465 past the festive Westland Promenade.
L465 makes the 10 MPH trek over the Black Earth Creek.
WSOR's 35th anniversary unit leads the Arena turn past the depot in Middleton at 1559.
Wisconsin & Southern's two GP39-2s shove a storage train to the red board on the otherwise unused Sauk City Branch.
The two GP39-2s on the WSOR roster lead a storage train bound for the Sauk Branch.
WSOR's 35th Anniversary unit sits in the yard in Janesville.